My take on a James Bond 'No Time To Die' inspired poster. I had a lot of fun creating this retro-style poster. I wanted to bring an element of what is characteristic about my drawing style, i.e. detail, pen and scars, as well as being faithful to the style of the iconic James Bond posters. … Continue reading No Time To Die
It's been five years since I began creating my own illustrated Christmas cards. There is always anticipation among the recipients as to what the illustration is going to be. This year, I was inspired by the steam train station in my home town. Earlier in the year, I learnt that the Christmas trains running from … Continue reading Christmas Card 2019
The Shopping Trip is a brand new illustration to celebrate the publication of The Carnival Queen, 2nd Edition, this October. The Carnival Queen, 2nd Edition, is available to buy from Amazon, here. Originally published in 2016, The Carnival Queen, is a fun, coming-of-age story set in an English seaside town. It was inspired by my … Continue reading The Shopping Trip
I am very excited to announce a new collection of paintings, inspired by Norfolk wildlife. These paintings have been commissioned by a The Three Horseshoes in Briston. EXCLUSIVE: Limited edition, mounted and framed signed prints are available to buy from The Three Horseshoes website here.
Celebrating 10 years in the creative arts industry. My Portraits are currently on exhibition in London as part of Cluster 2019. Visit cluster-london.com for more information or see my Art page. Last night was the private view at Cluster 2019. The venue was the Ugly Duck building in Bermondsey. What a thrill to be bringing … Continue reading Ten years … still exhibiting
Another year, another self portrait. This is the third year that I have painted a self portrait and I love looking back and seeing the different approach taken to canvas year-on-year. These are my previous portraits for 2018 and 2017. Painting really does capture a moment in time, energy and emotion. Secretly, I have names … Continue reading Self Portrait 2019
Last February I was extremely privileged to visit the National Art Library at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. I was sat at a huge oak desk with fancy lights and cushioned mats on which to rest the most fragile of tomes. There were two storeys of books all around me and a hushed … Continue reading Alice in Wonderland inspired character illustrations